American: The Bill Hicks Story
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- There is a stand-up routine involving Bill talking about the advantages of his job as a shoe salesman. One of the advantages he mentions is being able to look up woman's skirts when helping them with trying on shoes.

- Bill imitates a woman masturbating in a skit about advertising.

- There is archive footage of the Waco siege involving scenes of buildings on fire. Later, a routine is shown of Bill talking about how the ATF murdered innocent people and how the media is covering it up.

- There is lots of swearing in Bill's stand-up routines.

- There is some swearing in talking head interviews in the documentary.

- There are references to Bill taking magic mushrooms with his friends. There are some descriptions of what they saw in their hallucinations, some of which are re-enacted using animation.

- There are references to Bill trying cocaine.

- There are references to Bill smoking, including pictures, animations, stock footage and stand-up material featuring him smoking.

- Some of Bill's stand-up routines include topics such as smoking and legalizing marijuana.

- There is talk about how alcohol almost destroyed Bill's career and his journey in quitting drinking.

Australia:M / Canada:PG (Ontario) / Finland:K-12 (2013) (TV rating) / Ireland:15A / UK:15

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